I recently purchased a Panasonic AJ-D610 online and have taken footage with the camera. I am now in the process of getting the footage onto my computer for editing and have run into a problem getting the audio there. The audio is coming through perfect when I have pluged headphones directly into the camera to listen to the footage; however there is a terrible feedback sound that seems to only come up when the camera is plugged into a computer. I have tried all three of the audio ports: XLR, headphone jack (there is a second headphone jack installed on the camera which is not mentioned in the manual for the camera located near the CAM OUT).
I am using a USB Sound Blaster sound card by Creative which i have used for audio production before and know to be working fine. When i plug the microphone I am using directly into the soundcard it is picked up fine.
Is this a common problem with these types of cameras which has a solution I am simply not privy to or am is the solution a bit more involved?
I am using an Audio-Technica AT875TR microphone.